#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Body Image Activist Taryn Brumfitt posted an unconventional before-and-after photo in 2013 it was seen by more than 100 million people worldwide and sparked an international media frenzy. EMBRACE follows Taryn’s crusade as she explores the global issue of body loathing, inspiring us to change the way we feel about ourselves and think about our bodies.
Plot: Embrace follows body image activist Taryn Brumfitt’s crusade as she explores the global issue of body loathing, inspiring us to change the way we feel about ourselves and think about our bodies.
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The future is self love
If there’s one thing that has been present in this world since the dawn of time, it is judgment. Judgement on others and especially on ourselves for how we look, act, feel, eat, live, breathe. Every aspect of human life is under some form of scrutiny and the toxic brainwashing influence of the media has spawned a human race that has become completely obsessed with aspiring to be something that doesn’t exist: “The Perfect Body”.
Rising from the platform of social media that is plagued by the worst forms of judgment imaginable, writer/director/positive body image warrior Taryn Brumfitt took the most courageous step to begin moving the human race from self-loathing to a place of self love and love for others. After posting on social media what is considered to be a rather unconventional before and after photo of herself, this very powerful documentary about love and acceptance of the self and others as we all are was born.
Embrace demonstrates how alarmingly many of us around the world are in the space of self-loathing and self hate. Taryn has clearly done her homework, splicing in numerous heartbreaking facts and statistics throughout the running time attributing to this fact. Blowing the whistle on the media and how grossly and increasingly manipulative it has been over many decades, she travels the globe in search of people from all walks of life, of all shapes and sizes, and shares their real life unique stories. She bares her entire life and soul with gusto and confidence, and Embrace achieves its goal in spades in a very blunt but yet delicate and tasteful manner.
Embrace is a triumphant documentary about a very pressing topic that needs to be seen by everyone around the world, owned in every household and shown in every school. Absolutely essential viewing!
Fantastic….a film everyone ought to see.
“Embrace” is an unusual documentary in that I wish parents would consider showing it to their children .even though the film has some nudity and language that are likely to offend many. Why would I suggest it? Because the picture does a lot to make women do something very few actually do .to love the body God gave them. Plus, while many parents might be in denial, their kids are very likely already looking at nudity on the internet and I think seeing normal women naked, like you occasionally do in this film, is a lot healthier than seeing many of these other women on the net or on television or in magazines. So what you might want to do, parents, is see the film yourself and then consider showing it to your children. Not just your girls (to whom the film is aimed) but your boys as well as there is a lot they could learn from it especially about what beauty really is.
The Australian actress, Taryn Brumfitt, wrote, directed and stars in this documentary. It begins with this mother of three talking about how she used to look long ago and how ugly and disappointed she felt in herself because of the wear and tear on her body after having children. So, she tried dieting and exercising and DID gain back a very skinny body and still felt miserable! That’s when she realized that the ideal she was seeking was really impossible to attain. What follows is Taryn’s trip around the world to meet with other women who just didn’t feel they looked good enough and how they have learned to cope with the insane and unattainable ideal look for women. It’s an ideal perpetuated by airbrushing as well as fashion designers who are apparently insane and think everyone is a size 2! The result of this is widespread self-hatred and quite a few who pick up eating disorders in order to try to be perfect.
Now you might be thinking that this film consists of a bunch of angry feminists screaming about how they hate society and men but you get none of this in the documentary. Instead, you see a lot of very confident women who have just decided that this ideal in unattainable and in spite of this they have learned to love themselves. You also, sadly, meet several beautiful women (such as models) who still manage to feel inadequate! The bottom line is that this affirming film does a lot to encourage women to love who they are and embrace their figures. A few of these ladies have even had serious disfigurements but have come to realize that despite this, they are beautiful. Overall, a very well made film and one that can do a lot of good. See this film with someone you love or your kids (ha, ha ) or perhaps as a whole family. You’ll most likely be glad you did and there is so much to love about “Embrace”.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Director Taryn Brumfitt
Writer Taryn Brumfitt
Actors Taryn Brumfitt, Renee Airya, Linda Bacon
Country Australia, Canada, Dominican Republic, Germany, United States, United Kingdom, France
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